Siletz Office with major towns shown on map to the left.
Confederated Tribes of Siletz Reservation Visit here to see a collection of old photographs.
History of Treaties and The Siletz People.
Siletz Native Cemeteries, six in all.
In 1855 The Coast Reservation was about 1 million acres.
But through encroachment by settlers and broken treaties, by 1924 the native land was gone.
Court battles won back land for the Siletz and Grand Ronde.
By Dawes Act settelers and natives drew land allotments of 80 acres each.
West coast of Oregon was the home of five Indian nations, with each group labeled by their Indian name, spelled as best we can determine.
Most of the tribes and groups named herein eventually was gathered at the Grand Ronde or Siletz reservations.
I was surprised to find that the Athapascan Indians of Alaska also lived in Oregon and Washington.
Types of records we hope to attain and post here include, but are not limited to, Burial, Birth, Death, Marriage, Census, Tax, Land, Military, History of this place.
All contributors of records will be credited by name.